Friday, February 22, 2013

Upcoming Events at HPL






Black History Calendar Contest Awards
2 PM Saturday, February 23
Student artists --- winners in the Black History Contest --- are honored at this event. Attendees will get a sneak preview of their art which will appear in this spring’s Black History Calendar. Held in the Youth Services Department.


Friends of the Library Board
4:00 - 5:00 pm, Monday, February 25
The Friends of the Library board meets monthly in the Lower Level Meeting Room.


Craft Monday-St. Patrick's Day decoration
6:00 pm, Monday, February 25: Craft Monday-St. Patrick's Day decoration

Join craft maven Nancy Harman on the third Monday of each month (with some exceptions). These are geared towards older teens and grownups. Call HPL for supply lists. These are free, and open to the public. Brought to you through the generosity of the PNC Foundation.


WINTER STORYTIMES

6:45 PM Monday, February 25, STORYTIMES - for ages 3 – 7
Storytelling, picture books, fingerplays, holiday tales, and special fun. Kids learn to love stories and reading. Each session ends with a craft project. Signup required.
No storytimes Jan 21 (MLK Day) and February 18 (Presidents’ Day)

To register phone 722-7276, ext 230


Garden planning with Joe Hill
6:00 PM Tuesday, February 26: Garden planning with Joe Hill
Get your garden plans in place during February and be ready for Spring with Master Gardener Joe Hill. Joe has been helping gardeners for many years and always puts on a great program.


Good Yarn Knitters
5:30 pm, Wednesday, February 27: Good Yarn Knitters
Open to knitters of all skill levels, from beginners to advanced. Learn to knit, hone your skills, help other knitters! For more information call 231-722-7276 and ask for Jocelyn. Meets every Wednesday, from 5:30 to 7:00 pm.


Computer Class-Word

11:00 am, Thursday, February 28: Computer Class-Word

Hackley Public Library will be offering computer classes this winter. Space on library-owned computers is limited to 18 people, with the possibility of two people sharing a machine.; advanced registration is required for each class. Two identical sessions of each class are available: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM and 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. De’Ondra Pentecost will be teaching the classes, which will be held in the meeting room on the lower level. Call the Library’s main desk at 722-7276 to register. Registration starts two weeks before the class. Brought to you through the generosity of the PNC Foundation.

Feb 28: Word
Learn the basics of word processing, including opening and saving a document, entering text and making changes.


Computer Class-Word
2:00 pm, Thursday, February 28: Computer Class-Word
Hackley Public Library will be offering computer classes this winter. Space on library-owned computers is limited to 18 people, with the possibility of two people sharing a machine.; advanced registration is required for each class. Two identical sessions of each class are available: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM and 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. De’Ondra Pentecost will be teaching the classes, which will be held in the meeting room on the lower level. Call the Library’s main desk at 722-7276 to register. Registration starts two weeks before the class. Brought to you through the generosity of the PNC Foundation.

Feb 28: Word
Learn the basics of word processing, including opening and saving a document, entering text and making changes.


Off the Wall Writing & Drawing Contest For Teens
March 1 – April 1, 2013
Enter poems, stories, drawings, comics, or any other original creative work. Entries are due April 1, 2013. The contest is open to all students grade 6-12. The best stories, poems and art will be printed in “Off the Wall,” Hackley Library’s publication by and for teens. Contest Rules available at Library. All art work must be in black & white.

HACKLEY COFFEE HOUSE!
Winners read their work, Artists are featured in the HPL Gallery!
6:30PM Wednesday, April10
Coffee, eats and music


Fingerknit a headband, necklace or bracelet with Miss Phyllis
2 PM, Saturday, Mar 2
Kids, learn how to knit using only your hands and yarn. No knitting needles will be needed with this easy method. Create a headband, necklace or bracelet to take home. Miss Phyllis will lead the program.